- Ronald Reagan’s Ten Keys to Effective Communication
- Talk Like Reagan, Sell Like Reagan
- Rich Kids: Good Kids: Bringing up Wealthy Kids with Values
- Targeted Philanthropy in a Craving World
- Who Was Ronald Reagan Really and Why Does He Matter Today
- The Education Revolution in America
- Strategic philanthropy: I’ve Made it—Now How do I Give it Away?
- Using the Power of Wealth for Good
- Strategic philanthropy & community relations programs
James S. Rosebush is a leader in building and managing corporate and philanthropic organizations.
Rosebush advises on management strategies, finance, marketing, and communications.
His work resulted in measurable growth in earnings or assets under management for many corporate clients.
Clients have included major international companies and startups including JPMorgan, Mercedes-Benz, Tudor Investments, Bankers Trust, Bessemer Trust, McDonald’s, Sapient, Cannon, Coca-Cola, The Carlyle Group, Stargazer Fund, GlobalBond Fund, Columbia Capital, Cisco Systems, Calibre, Northgate Capital, and many others.
At the request of President Bush, he created Challenger Memorial Foundation, which now has forty-six space science education centers around the world.
He has served on the Board of and was finance committee chair for The Phillips Collection, America’s first museum of modern art, where he originated the Duncan Phillips Collectors Medal awarded to Leonard Lauder and David Rockefeller among other leaders in philanthropy and the arts.
He was awarded a “Telly” for his documentary “Hands on the Wall” a Discovery Channel program on Thomas Jefferson’s building of Monticello.
Rosebush was President Reagan’s “point man” on philanthropy and public-private partnerships.
Rosebush was the Chief of Staff to the First Lady. In this role, he was one of a small group of top aides to President Reagan and served as a member of the President’s historic Theme For The Day communications team.
He negotiated with Russian officials for the historic bi-lateral meeting between Reagan and Gorbachev.
Rosebush was director of corporate contributions for The Standard Oil Company, founding vice president for the National Chamber Foundation, and held management positions with the New England Association of Grantmakers and the CS Mott Foundation.
He has authored numerous articles, has appeared before many television, radio, and other audiences.